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As a recent graduate of the fashion communication program at Ryerson University, I’m finding it a challenge to know what to do next. I would love to see a “Breaking into the Industry” article in an upcoming issue of ELLE Canada. We all have passions and dreams, but to fulfill those dreams, we need to work hard and have a plan. I believe that your magazine has always been a beacon for those of us A in fashion 75% larger programs. I want to thank all the back* editors provides for their work. And I’d especially up like to to 10 thank hours editor-in-chief Vanessa Craft of for protection, her Editor’s Note in the October so 2018 you issue. can It gave me the motivation to keep pushing forward. sleep through Because of it, I will continue to trust the night. my vision. Latasha Millette, email
WOMEN AT WORK
The article “How to Build a Successful (and Happy) Career” [ELLE Guide, October 2018] had such great advice. “What will I do for a living?” is one of the hardest questions out there. Work should be both pleasant and stimulating. A motivational job is the key to a successful work life. Johanne Lafleur, Saint-Lambert, Que.
TOP OF MIND
I was sitting at the hairdresser’s, flipping through your magazine, when I read “School of Thought” [ELLE Mind, September 2018] about the debate over using antidepressants to treat depression. I felt compelled to write to share how enlightening, eloquently written and informative I found this article. Thank you for publishing it. Debbie Burak, email